Optimum Nutritional Greens
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Optimum Nutritional Greens


Nutreviva™ Optimum Nutritional Greens is great source of protein, amino acids, zinc, fiber, calcium, chromium, beta-carotene, iron, Omega 3, vitamins A, Bs, C, D, E & K, manganese, nitrates, betaine and niacin. Rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, micronutrients, electrolytes, enzymes, choline and chlorophyll.


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Nutreviva™ Optimum Nutritional Greens, offer a vast number of benefits including: 

Cardiovascular, cellular and immunity health. 

- Neuroprotective helping with cognition, memory, focus and clarity. 

- Promotes a healthy metabolism and Increases energy, assisting with weight management, fat loss and keeping hunger at bay 

Helps lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol and triglycerides 

- Skin, hair, eye and bone health 

- Healthy hormone function 

- Body cleansing and detoxifying 


Nutreviva™ Optimum Nutritional Greens are made up of 11 carefully selected products: Spirulina, Chlorella, Flax-seed, Wheat-grass, Spinach, Barely Grass, Carrot, Beetroot, Acai, Kelp and Sumac Berry.


What is Spirulina ? 

Spirulina, considered a super food for it's incredible health benefits, is a freshwater plant related to Chlorella.

Benefits and uses 

Spirulina is high in protein and assists in weight management by increasing energy, aiding in fat loss and keeping hunger at bay. As well as being high in protein, Spirulina is also full of other nutrients such as vitamins, Iron, chromium, beta-carotene, calcium and manganese. Due to it's vast amount of nutrients, Spirulina shows a lot of promise with immunity, macro-floral balance and cardiovascular support, antioxidant and cellular health, neuroprotective and cognitive aid. Helps lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol, reduce muscle fatigue and increase strength and preserve bone health, boost skin, hair and bone health.


What is Spinach ?

Spinach is a leafy green vegetable packed full of healthy nutrients

Benefits and Uses 

Spinach is  a wonderful vegetable packed with so many nutrients from protein, zinc, fiber, calcium and iron to vitamins A, B6, C, E & K, manganese and niacin. Spinach, very low in fat, is rich in antioxidants and may assist with lowering cholesterol. One antioxidant, alpha-lipoic acid can help lower glucose levels in the body and promote cardiovascular health. It also plays a key role in maintaining cognitive function, helping with memory, focus and clarity. Due to it's abundant amount of nutrients it can play a large part in helping individuals on a cellular level providing nutrition to the body's hair, skin and bones. Spinach is a source of omega-3 fatty acid and has anti-inflammatory and immunity support. By consuming Spinach, some individuals feel fuller for longer, so it can play a key role as a dietary aid.


What is Flax-seed ? 

Flax (also known as Linseed) is a plant used in many foods. The seeds have many benefits and mostly used as an oil.

Benefits and uses

Flax-seed, a rich source of micro-nutrients, is found in a lot of food due to it's health benefits and versatility. It's main benefit comes it's Omega-3 essential fatty acid known as ALA. ALA (Alpha-lipoic Acid) is a "non essential fatty acid" because our bodies cannot produce them naturally but depend on them for the maintenance of cellular and cognitive functioning. Omega-3 fats play a key role in cardiovascular health too including anti-inflammatory mechanisms and regulating the heartbeat. Flax-seeds is also high in fiber and contains Lignans which carry antioxidant qualities. Regular consumption of Omega 3 is vital to our overall health and well-being and may also help assist lowering bad cholesterol (LDL) in some individuals. Flax-seed contains other nutrients too - rich in Vitamin B3 and Manganese.


What is Wheat-grass ? 

Wheat-grass is an edible young grass of triticum aestivum. Often consumed as a juice or shot, it is widely becoming known as one of the best super-foods around, due to it's abundance of nutrients and elements.

Benefits and Uses 

It is believed that Wheat-grass could contain up to 100 different elements that our bodies require for general health and maintenance. The most commonly known and possibly the most important nutrient in wheat-grass is chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the substance that gives all nutrient-dense greens their lovely bright green color and has been shown to help the body in many ways from cell protection, pH balance, liver cleansing, blood strengthening and as an antioxidant helping reduce free radical damage. Wheat-grass is also packed with protein, amino acids (the building blocks of protein), electrolytes, digestive enzymes, vitamins and minerals and can help reduce the signs of aging as well as giving you energy. Some other benefits of wheat-grass include: cardiovascular and immunity health helps lower cholesterol & triglycerides, promotes a healthy metabolism, improves nerve signaling and mental well-being, helps with skin problem such as acne as well as helping prevent tooth decay, increases absorption from other nutrients, improves eyesight and night vision. Also, can stop hairs from graying, encourages restful sleep.


What is Chlorella? 

Chlorella is a freshwater algae, very similar to Spirulina. One of the most exciting foods around, Chlorella is possibly the most nutrient dense foods in the world and due to it's abundance of benefits, it is becoming a worldwide daily supplement for many individuals. Native to Japan and Taiwan, this nutrient dense micro-algae is considered a super-food rich in phytonutrients.

Benefits and Uses 

Chlorella is a great source of Vitamin A, Protein, beta-carotene, Iron, Magnesium and B-Vitamin complex but where it really shines is, it's packed with Chlorophyll and Amino Acids. Chlorella's Chlorophyll content is almost double the amount of Spirulina. Being one of the most nutrient rich foods around, Chlorella is pretty much crucial for overall health and well-being and offers many benefits such as: immunity boost, digestive aid and diet support, increased energy, reduced cholesterol and cardiovascular health, improved circulation and metabolism, healthy hormone function, detoxifying heavy metals from the body, increased focus and concentration. As Chlorella and Spirulina are related and similar, they do both offer different benefits. But when combined together they are possibly the 2 most important foods you can eat.


What is Barley Grass? 

Barley Grass, the leaf of the Barley Plant, is an annual grass and not a grain. Packed full of nutrients it has been used medicinally for thousands of years and there are even reports that Gladiators would take Barley Grass to improve their strength and agility.

Benefits and Uses 

Barley Grass is widely becoming more known, and used, for it's wonderful health properties. It is a young leaf that contains hundreds of nutrients that offer many benefits. Rich in enzymes, vitamins and minerals it is no surprise that more and more people are consuming this on a daily basis. Barley Grass contains, chlorophyll, protein, beta-carotene, fibre and amino acids. These compounds are extremely beneficial for our health and contribute to all sorts wonderful activities within our bodies. Antioxidants found in Barley Grass protect the body from free radicals as well as detoxification of pollutants. It can also boost immunity, help lower cholesterol and aid digestion. Another of Barley Grass' wonders, is it's ability to help bones and joints. Higher in Calcium, Iron and Vitamin C from the more common sources, such as Milk, Spinach and Oranges, it really is the "go to" food bone strengthening and joint support. Barley Grass also stimulates the regeneration of cells within the body, which has a great effect on the skin, protecting it from pollution, UV rays and helping it maintain it's youth and elasticity.


What is Beetroot? 

Beetroot is the root of a variety of "beet" species known as Beta vulgaris. It has been used for hundreds of years for many things from food to coloring. But more recently Beetroot and the leaves of Beetroot have been found to have many beneficial health properties

Benefits and Uses 

Beetroot, packed full of nutrients such as nitrates, betaine, magnesium, iron and antioxidants, is gaining popularity as a super food. These nutrients can play a large part in our overall health and well-being by contributing to mental health, boost energy and exercise performance and help lower blood pressure.  Beetroot's seemingly main ability is to help cardiovascular health and blood flow, due to it's nitrate and antioxidant properties. This has a knock on effect to helping lower blood pressure, increasing blood flow and oxygenation to the brain assisting with cognitive function and performance. Needless to say that exercise performance benefits from this greatly as well. Beetroot can also play a role lowering the risk of obesity and weight gain. One nutrient in Beetroot is Choline. Choline has a number of benefits to the body but mostly with learning and memory. Also rich in folate, it can assist encourage healthy skin and hair in some individuals. With Beetroot's nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron it should really be known as "The healthy blood and oxygenation" vegetable.


What is Carrot? 

Carrot is a root vegetable widely used for salads and stews for generations. Everyone knows what a carrot is but does every know how beneficial it can be to our overall health and well-being?

Benefits and Uses 

By consuming carrots on a daily basis you may be able to reduce cholesterol and increase your cardiovascular health. Carrots are packed with many nutrients, most commonly known is beta-carotene. They are also a good source of Vitamins A, C and K, Potassium, copper and Iron. Carrots also have antioxidant properties. As well as reducing cholesterol and increasing cardiovascular health, Carrots are also great for boosting immunity, improving digestion, detoxifying the body of unwanted toxins and cellular function, contributing to hair, skin and eye health. Eating carrots also stimulates the gums and induces excess saliva helping fight off bacteria in the mouth.


What is Acai?

Acai, pronounced "ass eye ee" and not "akeye", is a wonderful small fruit similar to gapes and blueberries. Found around the Amazon basin in South America, it is fast becoming a lot more well known worldwide for it's multiple of benefits.

Benefits and Uses  

Acai works as a great antioxidant and energy enhancer. Acai is low in sugar but contains large amounts of vitamin A & E, iron, calcium, fiber and the healthy fat Omega 3. It is considered to have higher levels of antioxidants than any other fruit or vegetable. Anthocyanins are the main antioxidant found in Acai. Resveratrol is the main compound in Anthocyanin and help defend the body against harmful free radicals. These antioxidants, also play a role in promoting heart health, balancing cholesterol levels and supporting the immune system. Consuming Acai on a regular basis will also help your digestion and skin health.


What is Kelp? 

Kelp (Phaeophyceae) is a brown algae with similar properties to other algae. 

Possibly lesser known than Chlorella and Spirulina, it offers many benefits and people are now adding it to their list of daily nutrients.

Benefits and Uses 

Kelp has quite a nutritional profile and is packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, proteins and enzymes. High in Iodine, Kelp can help boost metabolism, help support a healthy thyroid and maintain cognitive functioning. Consumption of Kelp may also help improve blood glucose levels and with Fucoidan, found in Kelp, may also act as an anti-inflammatory helping improve cholesterol levels and immunity. Rich in vitamin A, C and K, Kelp plays a role in skin and cellular health, improving elasticity in the skin and bone strength. Athletes have also been known to use kelp in their diet for it's energy and endurance boosting properties.


What is Sumac? 

Sumac is a flowering plant of the genus rhus (the family of Anacardiceae), used for many things from spices to herbal remedies. The dried fruit is more commonly used as a spice in cooking as it adds a lemony zest flavor. But it also offers medicinal benefits as well.

Benefits and Uses

Sumac berry is rich in vitamins, protein, magnesium, fiber and calcium. It's main benefits are it's antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti microbial properties. Phytochemicals found in Sumac help ward off damaging free radicals, detoxifying the body and improving cardiovascular and immunity health as well as reducing blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Sumac also works well for the digestive system.

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